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IN LARGE VARIETY
Black and galvanised, In any length;
X inch tc !i Inch thick. '
Dlston's make; a big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal from ii Inch to 6
Rice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Ik Hawaiian Hardware
Fort St., opposite Spreikels Bink.
f, .v. $ ;,; as ?,; w r. it m js s ss ;'
fa7 uncoiled rook
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Columbia Phonographs and Records!
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
J. F. .MORGAN, C. BROWN, F. HUSTACE, C. H. ATHbRTON,
Presiient VKe Prcsiirnt Srcrrtr Auillir
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
TELfcPHONL, .MAIN 295. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO DRAY1NG
We cun Mult you In
SIZE, QUALITY unci PRICE.
7Vctll. HXTiolxoljs Oo., Ltd.
PALE LAGER and
PREMIUM PALE BEER
are brewed by the
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Solo Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
T7"e TsTsutcIbL TXTlxile "STcva. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY ::::::::
R.ll.bl. Wtchmtn luinlihtl lor Horn in4 pioptrty, Beit City r.ltrcocn turnth4 Dttictlr.
tod confidential work of all torti. 1
Office Room 4 Model Block
There is in store for you
at the NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pies
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Lolled,
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HONOLULU, .IAS. ii, WOl
California Feed Co., Ltd.
IIV fiit ircnt iiUatnre tit slat- )j
fml t7e Iron Ronf you painted ft
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IUl'IIM'1 II "It I V'yOt I VIC I I f(UM fil
(iiii ue of thin you like, and arc at
p'rj'ett I hcrty to refer anyhody to us. ft
Yours very truly,
II. H. JIOOGS, Manager.
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ables and Chairs.
( ItVTho LutoMt Designs.
and Hand Lamp.
W. H. HOOGS,
Trett. an4 Mamctr
CO., Ltd., Qee"S.
P. O. BOX 284,
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Jake a ride on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights. Faro 6 cents.
Fresh lot of Kalnler Deer on draught
or in bottles at the Pantheon.
.las. F. Morgan has a number of fine
pianos for sale. See his column.
The schooner Otitic Fjord arrived at
Eureka from Kahulul on Dec. 29.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1, K. of IV meets
tonight qt 7:30 In Castlo Hall, Fort
Camara' & Co. can now be found on
Alakea street between King and Mer
chant. A tin and sheet Iron worker wants
work. See Want column column on
A reward Is offered for the return
of an oercoat. Sec Lost column on
Nicely furnished rooms at the Pop
ular House, 151 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
A notice of a partnership to do butt
ncss under the firm name of Chew Wo
Chong Co. appears under New Today.
The steamer Kcauhou of the I. I.
Co. Is undergoing extensive alten
tions and implements and will short
ly take up her regular run.
Mrs. Smith, nlfe of the Alamed.Vn
purser remained for a lslt in Honolulu
where sho lias many friends. fihofvll
remain until tho returning Alameda.
the king of cameras Is the Premo.
First In name, first In quality, first In
execution. Plates or films.. Tho HO
NOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. aro the
sole agents for this exquisite Instru
ment.. Thero Is a book In the Hawaiian Law
Library dated In tho Imprint 1C7I.
which makes It 22' ears old. It Is
entitled "The Complcat 1-awjcr." Sev
eral volumes thero aro from 100 to 200
Tho cry of the cKwalo residents rcla-
tlvo to the filthy water of Punchbowl
being poured Into the lateral dltchei
wns heuid by Dr. Pratt, the executive
officer of the Iloard of Health, and lie
promised to quickly remedy the exist
Tho American schooner Reporter
from Oray's Harbor with lumber for
Hawaiian ports Is reported as having
a rough time In lealng Oray's Har
bor on Dec. C. Several schooners leav
ing at the samo tlmo lost their deck
loads of lumber.
In the Police Court this forcoonn,
Kim Sing was fined $5 nnd costs on the
charge of leaving his horse untied In
the street. Knma was reprimanded and
discharged on pleading guilty to tru
ancy; Aklna was fined $10 nnd costs
for assault and battery on Ixiulsa Ho
kll and 13. O. Orecn, a hackman wai
fined $50 on the chargo of heedless
IS TWICE TORN IIP
II. J. Kngland of II. J. England &
Co. has a large sized kick comlus
against some person or persons in this
city, unknown to him.
It mlgtit bo Bald In passing that Mr.
England nnd thoso who work for him
aro non-union men. About six weeks
ngo ho put tho plumbing of a certain
house on Deretanla street near Hhcr.
On tho nfght of the day ho finished the
job, some person or persons, evidently
experienced In plumbing work, cut nil
the pipes and filled tho waste pipes
'with stones and other material calcu-
lated to stop the flow ot water and America or Tahiti, with n strong lean
make all kinds of trouble. Ing towards the latter place, cpnvejs
Mr. England set to work to repair the news that, all being w I, he will
the damage and, after a tew days' work arrhc In Honolulu, on the Peking, next
had the job finished. About two weeks Tuesday. He concludes his letctr
ago, the dastardly job of a month pre- characteristically: "I Intended taking
vlous was repeated. my cumbersome anatomy to Tahiti, but
Mr. England did not know who did learning It had rained for two months
the job but he has his suspicions which, without taking breath, and was going
by the way, are very well founded. It to repeat tho performance for two
Is probable that ho will not mend tha more, I got an attack of perspective
plumbing again until, tho people who chills nnd felt I would like to warm
aro to occupy tho houso aro In possuj- my hands again In the radiant sun that
slon. If nnj thing Is done then, the mis- shines so blandly on Hnwnt ncl and
creants may bo' treated to a doso of may It necr stop doing It In tho day
cold lead. time.'
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larger and more beautiful assorlment'of Articles for Presents than evei' before.
Newest Designs In Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace (borders
and centers. Pin Cushions in Great Variety.
REAL LACE. . . .
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purposes.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever, and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam and
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engines, Etc, Etc.
H, TM FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1901.
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanan has just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
AX A A A A A A A
McINBRNY SHOE STORE,
. & Marsh, Ltd.
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping Bags, 'Silk Gloves, Kid Gloves,
Combs, Hair Ornaments, Ribbons, Silk
Underwear, Golf Capes, Separate
Skirts, and Thousands of Other
Novelties. Popular Prices.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
Brass and Iron Bedsteads
All Sizes, Styles, Colors and Prices.
LINOLEUM, A1ATS, RUGS and CARPETS.
The Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
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McMalion Coming Back.
A prhat letter from P. Mnurlco Mc
Mnhon, who baa been wandering about
California for the past four months.
trIng to decide between a trip to Soutb
I End of the Century Presents j
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
(!)bW6 combine all these in
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Tho following Is the program of the
first popular concert by tho Honolulu
Symphony Orchestra under tho leader
ship of Paul Egry:
March Prlnco Albrccht Kourak
Overture The Barber of Seville..
Waltz Vienna Wood Strauss
Cello Solo (a) Simple Avcn ..Thorns
(b) Traumcrcl Schumann
Hungarian Kantaslc Arr. by Mosca
Turkish March IOdallsque ....
Selection Cloomldy .... Will Marlon
If there Is anything wrong with jour
Kodak or camera, tako It around to the
repair shops of tho HONOLULU PHO
TO SUPPLY CO., they will make Ii
new for you.
HONOLULU 8T0CK I2XCHANGB
Honolulu, January 10, toot.
NAME OP STOCK
C. Brewer & Company
Ew Plantitlon Co ..
t OOO QUO
lUwallan Sucar Co
Honomu Sugar Co .
Honokaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co
Kanuku riantitioa t-o
Kamalo ug Co Ltd a
Kamalo Sur Co. rlup
KlhelPlant.Co.Lt J. at
Klhfl P.CoLtJ rlupj
minuiu ougar uo i
Kotoa Sugar Co .
Kona Sugar Co . at
Maunalel Sugar Co as
MaunalelSu Cord up
McMrydeSuCo ,LJ at
" " ' pJ up
1 ,01 T, JOO
'V " ' PduPi
winu aurir 1.0 ,
Onotnea Sugar Co . .
Oukala Sugar Plan Co
Olaa Su Co Ltd, pi up
Paauhau Su Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pill Plantation Co ...
Pepeekto Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr Co, a
Walluku Suear Co
Walmanalo Sugar Co
Watmea Mill Co
I top OOO
t ,000 OOO I
f ,500 OOO
500 ono) loo
T 50000 loo
t t JO OOP) too
4,500 OOOl loo
I4M . ...
Intr-tilind Steam N Co
59 000 1
liawa fan L lettt le Cn
Hon Rapid T& Land Co
non Mram Laundry
f 5 000 loo
15 ow 5
MakahaCoffeeCo LJ pJ
Oahu Ry& Land Co ,
People 1 lea & K r g C(
40,000 j 100
f too 000 100
MawallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian Oov. j per cent
H1I0 R, R.Co 6 per cent
Hon kaplJ Transit
Ewa Plantal n 6 err rtnt
Kahuku Plant 6 per cent
uanu K fit Land Co. pre
vinu ii4niiion d p c
Olaa Plantation 6 pc.
SALES-ico Klhel Pd, 517.50.
With Irons on Him
Kntit Henrlksson. the big bluejacket
ot the Iroquois who was caught aboard
the Robert Sudden jcslerday, and tak
en back aboard tho U.'S. S. Iroquol.
escaped again last night, presumably
at about 8 o'clock. An offer of n re
ward of $30 for his capture by S o'clock
this morning and nn additional $5 for
delivery aboard, was at once posted by
Lieut. Com. Pond, acting commandant
'of the Naal Station.
In this offer of reward was the state
ment that the man had escaped In Irons
from the Iroquois after having been
captured on tho Robert Sudden nnd
transported aboard. It was nlso stated
that he had been shipped on tho sail
ing essel through the agency of Mc
Carthy, tho shipping man.
This gave Officer Flint a cluo and he
started out after Henrlkcson hrlg'it
anil early this morning, going straight
to McCarthy's boarding house In Ka
kaako. As was suspected, Henrlksron
was there. He showed fight but was
soon overpowered and taken to the
pollco station to await orders from
Lieut. Com. Pond as to what disposi
tion shoulil be made of the man. It Is
not probable that ho wilt escape agals.
when once taken nboard the Iroquois.
It Is tho general belief that Henrlks
son had confederates abourd tho Iro
quois who worked In conjunction with
other men from town. In no other way
could ho have escaped.
Thero was a good attendanco at tho
meeting of the members of the Fisher
ies Association In tho offlca of Henry
Waterhouse yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Wnterhouse was In chair and O. P.
Wilder was secretary. The committee
having the framing ot tho constitution
nnd by-laws In hand reported and the
report was unanimously adopted. It
was voted that an admission fooke"V"
htJon In IhouianJa nf cawt
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